Import Export Support: supporting Norfolk’s homeless young people
Tracey Renshaw, MD at Dereham based consultancy Import Export Support is making a donation to The Benjamin Foundation to help their work preventing youth homelessness in Norfolk.
As the winner of a golf tournament in Turkey, Tracey Renshaw had the honour of nominating the charity to receive the money collected from her Bawburgh Golf Club friends during the week long tournament. Tracey straightaway chose The Benjamin Foundation, doubled the donation through her firm, and presented a cheque for £200 to Jessica Glover at the charity’s offices.
Having been briefly homeless as a teenager herself, Tracey Renshaw understands how important the charity’s work is in helping Norfolk’s young people. Tracey Renshaw says: “When I needed help all those years ago, I didn’t know who to turn to, so I really understand the difference The Benjamin Foundation make to young people’s lives”
Jessica Glover, Event Coordinator at The Benjamin Foundation says “The support of local businesses is so important to our work and we’re incredibly grateful to Import Export Support for their generous donation”
Image: Tracey Renshaw and Tim Sims present the £200 cheque to The Benjamin Foundation. From left to right: Jessica Glover, Event Coordinator, The Benjamin Foundation, Tracey Renshaw, MD, Import Export Support, Tim Sims, Bawburgh Golf Club